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laptop power supply coonector get too hot


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soteu00

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i have a provlem with my laptop,when connected to teh power suply ,,the connectords get too hot and and burn,,so i canot use it anymore,,,the batery take ages to get fully charged,,and dont last couple of minuts
but the min problem is the burned connectors,,tehy are made of rubber,, and burn
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Hi. Seems like you have a serious power supply problem if you are actually burning connectors. Replace the power supply or take it to a qualified reputable repair shop and have it done. Seriously, if you don't know how to do this, take it to a trained electronics technician. You can get hurt messing with ac and dc power, especially when there is obvious evidence of trouble like burnt connections.
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well i even change to another dc power,,but connectors still beem burned,,problably the problem is inside the laptop
another thing i think the baterry is dead ,becouse it just take minuts to discharge
i need to have an idea to what can be the problem,,from one of you
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yea, the problem is inside the computer. It is drawing too much current thus buring the connectors. See my previous post for recommended actions.
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laptop power connector is broken from the motherboard it is hp company and where i found that connector. please reply me on my email. it is pareshmadhi@rediffmail.com. i lived in cleveland oh 44112. thanks
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